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S: Benjamin and the Revolution

FC: Benjamin and the Revolution

1: " Thats it Ben, its over." My owner Thomas Jefferson, the rightful writer of the Declaration of Independence, had declared independence from the British.

2: It was wild, being a monkey in 1776. My home was in Virginia, one of the established 13 colonies. My owner Thomas Jefferson.

3: You wouldn't think such a man could have such an exotic animal. 2 and a half ft. tall, 43 pounds, eyes of a raccoon, and a dangerous tail. I stood strong.

4: But lets get back to Thomas. He supported many civil liberties. Free speech and religious freedom were just a few.

5: Although in ourselves we had won independence. We were still at war!

6: Thomas along with his friend John Locke were inbeded in the belief of natural rights for the people, but the British still in our way.

7: At first it seemed defeat was in our mist. I can still remember one night. Thomas had set up a meeting. As the clock struck 3:00. The whole building shook!

8: Fire arms from a distance had set off. It was a night I remembered very fondly.

9: As my master yelled, "liberty!" A cannon the size of our building. In distress the great philosophers and I scrambled.

10: We took a huge machine hid in the back of the building. It had four wheels and a long face the size of 2 footballs. Its tail hit me in my back as I climb upon it.

11: It almost completely knocked me over. By my senses i don't think it liked me very well, but he was huge and fast and I kept it that way.

12: As we rode taking every back way possible. Gunshots firing every which way. Human bodies lying around. Our men were strong willed and courageous, but still inexperienced.

13: Hehehehe! Our machine had been shot. Down he went and down we went. I landed well, but my master not the same. He landed right on hes shoulder.

14: We at the time had no doctors anywhere. We were stranded. The battle of Lexington and Concord had occurred.

15: The following battles were shaky, but things seemed to start going our way.

16: On we pressed, times were tough especially for the slaves. I consider it awful. Lashes when something went wrong, poor food conditions, and dangerous heat!

17: Times were tough and the inconsiderate British weren't helpful. Most citizens tried to keep safe, but some of the brave ones would yell " no taxation w/out representation"

18: My master finally recovered from his injury and I stood firmly beside him. We had finally defeated the British.

19: We the people with liberty, checks and balances, and also freedom.

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